The Eye of Horus

An evocative photo of this potent symbol for sacrifice, healing, restoration, and protection

Eye of Horus photo - eye with running make-up conjures Masks of Nyarlathotep

Eye of Horus

Source unknown! Please advise and I’ll credit.

This is a fantastic image. There is something very 1920s, Call of Cthulhu and Agatha Christie about it.  You can imagine the high priestess of a pseudo-Egyptian cult wearing her make-up like this on one eye. It also conjures up memories for me of playing the epic, mind-blowing, world-spanning campaign Masks of Nyarlathotep.

If you’ve ever played Masks, or love the idea of Nyarlathotep’s human form as an agent of madness and destruction on Earth, you’ll likely enjoy the Cyberpunk novel God Seed. There’s a great review of God Seed here posted by post-apocalyptic author L.R.Ryan.


God Seed a dark science fiction fantasy novel that blends Cyperpunk with Cthulhu Mythos by David J Rodger

Available in paperback or Kindle format

God Seed

By David J Rodger


One man’s epic journey into the heart of a cosmic, alien darkness




“A palpable hit. I read this twice in quick succession, both times getting goosebumps”


“A compact grenade of sharp tech ideas, (in)human fury, revenge, ancient bloodlines and chilling supernatural horror, all set to explode in your mind as it builds to its gruesome climax.”


Adam Kyle, acclaimed documentary film-maker, is in England, embedded within a group of corporate mercenaries. It’s to be yet another feather in his cap. But when the operation goes terribly wrong, Kyle finds himself battling for his life, his sanity, and maybe even his very soul as a new and dramatic story unfolds, dragging him across the globe…and beyond.



Available to buy in paperback from LULU Global

Available to buy in paperback from Amazon UK ¦ USA ¦ DE

Available to buy on Kindle UK ¦ USA ¦ DE



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